LISA RAGAN CUSTOMS BROKERAGE

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Customs Brokerage

Lisa Ragan Customs Brokerage specializes in real-world solutions for complex cargo  (more…)

Consulting

Customs clearance and freight forwarding is a 24/7 operation all over the globe.  (more…)

Forwarding

Though Lisa Ragan Customs Brokerage started as a small firm, we’ve expanded and grown into a powerful presence (more…)

Languages

Being able to communicate effectively and understand the laws and languages of the lands we work with is a point of pride (more…)

WHY CHOOSE LISA RAGAN?
DIVERSITY & SUPPORT

Lisa Ragan Customs Brokerage specializes in real-world solutions for complex cargo in any location on the planet, including vehicles, military equipment, letters of credit, and hazmat. We can even step in to act as an air or sea freight forwarder in case of emergency.

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About Lisa Ragan

From a one woman brokerage to a one-stop shop, Lisa Ragan Customs Brokerage can handle it all.

Founded in 1994 as a service oriented, mom and pop Customs Broker serving the Atlanta area, Lisa Ragan Customs Brokerage has grown to a twenty-one employee southeastern US powerhouse for imports and exports, serving all US ports and Canadian commercial ports.

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Lisa Ragan Customs Brokerage offers a widely diverse specialization in the most daunting cargo. While there is by no means an exhaustive list of the commodities we are familiar with, you can consider us a Jack of all Trades that has mastered each one!

The Lisa Ragan Team

Testimonials

…a huge thank you for your contributions this past year which helped NIKE to achieve another record fiscal year. The preparation, monitoring and delivery coordination that your office performs for each NIKE shipment which arrives in your port [Atlanta sic] is one of the primary reasons why we share another satisfied customer.

Dale Watanabe, Director of Customs, NIKE

Lisa Ragan Customs Brokerage is by far one of the best around! They provide the utmost service and expertise, along with willingness to go above and beyond for all of their customers. Being a valued partner to us, they have allowed us to efficiently and effectively expand our available services to our end customers.

Kenneth Yu, Operations Manager, Gal Group, Inc.

In the logistics industry you really need a good partner to make sure every steps are right and smooth, you guys are the one. Thanks a lot for all your help these years, especially for those off hour urgent assist, it’s really warm and makes my day a lot easier.

Charles Chan, Panda Logistics USA, Inc.

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